It’s only been 3 months since Loreen’s victory, but we are already looking forward to next year’s Eurovision.
Eurovision Song Contest 2024 will be held in Malmö, Sweden in May 2024. As usual The Eurovision week will bring us three live shows.
The two Semi-finals will take place on 7 and 9 May, while the Grand Final will be on 11 May 2024.
Sweden’s Malmö is a true Eurovision city. This is their third time hosting the contest after 1992 and 2013. Just like in 2013, Malmö Arena, which is one of the largest arenas in the country with a capacity of about 13000 seats, will be the venue for next year’s contest.
The following countries have expressed interest for participating in the contest so far.
Austria Azerbaijan Cyprus Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Iceland Ireland Israel Italy Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Moldova Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal San Marino Serbia Spain Sweden Switzerland Ukraine
The most notable change in this list is obviously Luxembourg. They will be returning to Eurovision after a long absence. Their last participation was in 1993
The following countries are expected to return although they have not yet announced their participation.
Albania Armenia Australia Belgium Croatia Czechia Georgia Greece Latvia Romania Slovenia United Kingdom
As usual, we will have the full list by the end of October 2023, which is the deadline for broadcasters to formally submit their applications.
Tickets are expected to go on sale by the end of 2023 or in January next year.
We will keep you posted about all things Eurovision in the coming weeks and months.